An Ultrasound Based Instrument Generating Audible and Tactile Sound.

  title={An Ultrasound Based Instrument Generating Audible and Tactile Sound.},
  author={Miha Ciglar},
This paper, describes the second phase of an ongoing research project dealing with the implementation of an interactive interface. It is a “hands free” instrument, utilizing a non-contact tactile feedback method based on airborne ultrasound. The three main elements/components of the interface that will be discussed in this paper are: 1. Generation of audible sound by self-demodulation of an ultrasound signal during its propagation through air; 2. The condensation of the ultrasound energy in one… CONTINUE READING

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